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Fired OSU band director was trying to fix culture
Ohio State University's fired marching band director was working to fix a vulgar culture "in dire need of change" before he was dismissed last week, he said in a document released by his attorney.
Seminoles' Wilson pleads no contest to theft
Florida State Seminoles receiver Jesus Wilson has pleaded no contest to two misdemeanors for his role in a scooter theft on campus, his attorney confirmed Thursday.
DE Simmons commits to Penn St. for 2016
Defensive end Shane Simmons, the No. 30 ranked prospect in 2016, committed to Penn State on Wednesday over Alabama, Florida State, Maryland and Ohio State.
OU RB banned from team amid investigation
Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon has been suspended from the team, as police investigate allegations that he punched a woman during an altercation in Norman last week.
Stanford WR Montgomery rehabbing shoulder
Stanford receiver and All-America kick returner Ty Montgomery said he's in the final stages of his rehabilitation from right shoulder surgery and hopes to play in the opener against UC Davis on Aug. 30.
Iowa halts free tuition for season ticket holders
Legal concerns have forced the University of Iowa to suspend a promotion offering free tuition to five randomly selected students who purchased football season tickets.
Source: Longhorns reinstate safety Turner
Texas senior safety Josh Turner has been reinstated to the program after meeting with coach Charlie Strong.
Squirrel-hunting Winston held at gunpoint in '12
Police say Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston and Florida State teammate Chris Casher were held at gunpoint by campus police nearly two years ago while hunting squirrels with a pellet gun.
New Mexico lineman suspended after arrest
A University of New Mexico football player has been suspended from the team following his arrest in a domestic violence case.
Clemson, Auburn to face off in 2016, '17
The Auburn Tigers and Clemson Tigers have scheduled a home-and-home series for the 2016 and 2017 seasons, the schools announced Wednesday.